The Hurricane Michael survivor is living in a tent on his property because the trailer is uninhabitable. He is one of the many people who received donations from the semi-truck full of items collected in Toledo from generous area residents.
The food drive will be held every Thursday in October and November from noon-9 p.m., and the community is encouraged to donate non-perishable food items in exchange for Free SlotPlay prize amounts ranging between $5 -$5,000.
It's an effort to bridge the gap between food waste and hunger. And if you're a farmer, restaurant or grocery store owner, you can help The group 'Waste Less Toledo' served up one thousand free meals on Sunday at the Erie Street Market.